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What time is it? Now. The perfect time.

Our lives are so monotonous, so still. Time just passes by for us and we never care. Every single day is just like the previous one. All we care about is how to make good bucks and how to stay ahead in the race all the time. We never have time to do what we want to do. Study science because everyone says so, do Engineering because they all say it's cool, join IT because they say here is all the money in the world.

When was the last time you took a decision that was completely your own and you stood by it?

If you are prompted to look into discreet history for an answer, I tell you, you are doing it all wrong. You and I are on the same track and that track, my friend, is not the best one to ride on. Our lives deserve a better treatment from us.

Now is the time to live your life. If you are my age, you have well settled parents, you are not married and you have some steady cash flow, now is the perfect time to live your life. Go out. Do a course you always wanted to do, learn guitar, play basketball, visit Goa. If you don't do it now, you will never have a second best time. Ever.


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